Our expert says:
Maybe he has stored up a great deal of anger from long years of being belittled by his family, and maybe others, which boils over when you're around, maybe he feels safer to let rip in your presence ( though of course its awfully unfair to you). But i situations like this, it often means that the rage, though it seems to be aimed at you, isn't actually about you.
Maybe because he has let you get a bit closer to him than anyone else, he fels especially vulnerable to any criticism or opposition from you ?
Is it possible that you could gently persuade him to join you in marriage counselling ? He might find the suggestion more welcome if you framed it as being intended to explore this worry that you seem to be especially able to upset him, much more than you intend to do, and to see if these conflicts can be put right.
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